Professor Ozatay has been teaching at the Department of Economics, TOBB-ETÜ since April 2006. His research areas are Turkish economy, monetary policy, financial crises, and macroeconomic modelling. He served as vice governor at the Central Bank of Turkey between May 2001 and April 2006 focusing on designing monetary policy.
Professor Ozatay is currently vice president of the Turkish Economic Foundation, advisor at The Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV) and columnist at Dünya daily. He has published two books named Finansal Krizler ve Türkiye (Financial Crises and Turkey) and Parasal İktisat: Kuram ve Politika (Monetary Economics: Theory and Policy).
Özatay, F. (2019). “Mind the Gap: Debt Limit and Fiscal Stimulus Debt Limit”, TEPAV Working Paper No: 201901. PDF: https://www.tepav.org.tr/upload/mce/2019/tartisma_tebligleri_serisi/wp201901_fatih_ozatay.pdf
Çufadar, A. and Özatay, F. (2017). “Sovereign risk, public debt, dollarization, and the output effects of fiscal austerity”, Journal of International Money and Finance, 72(April), 75-92. https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1UMjPxUDJdpEw
Özatay, F. (2016). “Turkey’s distressing dance with capital flows”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 52(2), 336-350.
PDF: [Discussion paper version: TEPAV WP No: 201407, November 2014, http://www.tepav.org.tr/en/yayin/s/723]